The Collections tab for the Workbench service provides a way to manage workbench collections. To access the Collections tab, go to (Admin) > Services > select a Workbench service, select View > Config and select the Collections tab.
These are the basic steps for configuring and managing a Workbench service.
|Role||I want to...||Documentation|
*Create and restore Workbench collections.
|Administrator||*View Workbench logs and collection statistics.|
View configuration information about appliances that are connected to the Workbench service.
Select the Appliance Service Configuration tab. The Appliance Service Configuration tab is the same for all NetWitness Platform services. It provides configuration information about appliances that are connected to the Workbench service.
For information on the Appliance Service Configuration tab, see Appliance Service Configuration Tab in the Host and Services Getting Started Guide.
*You can perform this task here.
The Collections tab has a toolbar and a panel that lists relevant information about the Workbench collections.
The following figure is an example of the Collections panel.
Status of the Restoration Collection:
Name: Name of the file being restored.
Size: Collection size.
|4||Data Type: Logs.|
|5||Date Range: Lists the range of dates when the collection is being restored.|
|6||Owner: Lists the Collection creator.|
|7||Date Created: Shows the date when the collection was created.|
|8||Description: Description of the Restoration collection.|
|9||Available Storage Indicator: Shows the available disk space, given in gigabytes (GB). The Workbench validates to ensure there is enough available space when attempting to create a restoration collection.|
These are the toolbar options.
|Creates a new restoration collection.|
|Deletes the selected Workbench collection.|
|Open and Close - Refers to the status of the restoration collection.||Open - Makes collection available for investigation and reporting.|
Close - Makes collection unavailable for investigation and reporting while preserving resources.
|Refreshes the list of Workbench collections.|